Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s insomnia study aims to recalibrate brain for better sleep
Although more than 32,000 people have received the treatment worldwide, the Wake Forest Baptist study was the first researching a specific health problem in a controlled setting.
"In effect, we are allowing the brain to look at itself in the mirror and see itself in an optimized, energetic state," said Dr. Charles Tegeler IV, a neurology professor at Wake Forest Baptist and the study's primary investigator. "Those areas that are out of balance then to work toward a more functional state."
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